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P. (Pınar) Türer

Faculty of Humanities
Capaciteitsgroep Critical Cultural Theory

Visiting address
  • Oude Turfmarkt 141
Postal address
  • Postbus 94201
    1090 GE Amsterdam
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  • Profile

    Pınar Türer is a Ph.D. candidate at the Amsterdam School for Cultural Analysis. She teaches in the philosophy department at the University of Amsterdam.

    Her research focuses on the potentialities of intimacy for a feminist, decolonial ethics. Working with literature and art from a transnational perspective, she works to theorize intimacy in ways that challenge dominant modes of knowledge production in self/other relationality.

    Other interests include feminist pedagogies, bodies and movement, erotics, and intimate methodologies in research as well as artistic and literary production. She has a Research MA degree in Gender Studies from Utrecht University.

  • Publications


    • Türer, Pınar. "De arbeid van vriendschap" [A Letter for the Ongoing Work of Friendship], Metropolis M, 3, jun/jul 2022.
    • Thiele, K., Donoghue, D. M., & Türer, P. "Theory-Practicing in Critical Times: Viv Bozalek in Conversation With Kathrin Thiele, Deirdre M. Donoghue, and Pınar Türer." Qualitative Inquiry, 2022.



    • Türer, Pınar. “An Erotic Re-Imagination of Human/Nature Relationality: Ecosexuality and the Legacies of Coloniality in Love and Sex.” On_Culture: The Open Journal for the Study of Culture, 9, 2020. URL:
    • Türer, Pınar “Book Review: Matters of Care: Speculative Ethics in More than Human Worlds,” Somatechnics, 1 (3), 2020. DOI: 10.3366/soma.2020.0332.
    • Thiele, K.C., Górska, M.A. & Türer, P. “Relation(al) Matters - Vulnerable Pedagogies, Care and Carriance in Higher Education”. In Vivienne Bozalek, Michalinos Zembylas & Joan Tronto (Eds.), Posthuman and Political Care Ethics for Reconfiguring Higher Education Pedagogies. Routledge, 2020.
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